Detector Performance Studies at a Muon Collider
February 13, 2021
A Muon Collider represents a possible option for the next generation of high-energy machines. Among the technological challenges in the realization of such a machine, the mitigation of the beam-induced background is one of the most critical issues for the experiments. At the desired instantaneous luminosity, the decay rate of the circulating muons is very high, the decay products and subsequent particles from their interactions with the machine elements can reach the detector and compromise its performance.
In this contribution, the results of a first preliminary study is presented of the beam-induced background effects on the detector response in the case of muon beams collisions at a center of mass energy of 1.5 TeV and some background mitigation strategies are illustrated.
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